Joy urges youths not to forget Liberation War’s principles
DHAKA, Nov 17, 2020 (BSS) – Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina’s ICT
Affairs Adviser Sajeeb Wazed Joy today called upon the youths to make
their all-out strides to take ahead the country following the
fundamental principles of the country’s Liberation War.
“I request the young generation to never forget the fundamental
principles on which Bangladesh was born. You should work for
betterment of the nation by your own initiatives without depending on
others,” he said this while announcing the winners of the Joy Bangla
Youth Award 2020.
Joy, also the chairperson of Centre for Research and Information
(CRI), joined the ceremony virtually from the USA.
Mentioning secularism as one of the fundamental principles of Father
of the Nation Bangabandhu Sheikh Mujibur Rahman, he said, “We all are
Bangalees. Hindus, Muslims, Buddhists, Christians . . . we all are
Banglees and we are equal.” The young generation, he said, will lead
the nation in future and it is their duty to work for nation without
making only complaints.
“In our country, there is culture of making only complaints. A
section of people are doing so. They never find any solutions but
always make complaints,” he said.
He said the recipients of Joy Bangla Youth Award are making their
all-out strides for the betterment of downtrodden people and finding
solutions of different social problems without only making complaints.
“This is very positive aspect. I myself get inspiration from the
organizations and individuals of the event as they are doing
outstanding activities in different sectors,” he said.